The red carpet at the 2016 Golden Globes was all about sparkle and shine. We saw a ton of sophisticated sequins, intricate beading, and metallics of all sorts. Red was a standout color, and capes, once again, were seen everywhere.
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Jaimie Alexander’s emerald green gown by Genny was absolutely stunning. With a geometric pattern and a seriouslyplunging neckline, she accessorized her look with matching emerald jewels.
Caitriona Balfe showed up to the red carpet in this breathtaking, gothic-inspired Alexander McQueen gown.
Corinne Foxx looks angelic in this stunning embroidered number by Paolo Sebastian.
For her first time at the Golden Globes, Laverne Cox did not disappoint: In a chic, floor-length white gown by Elizabeth Kennedy, she took a moment to send her fans a heartfelt message. "I just want to do a shoutout to everyone out there who's watching who feels like...if you're struggling with feeling like you're enough; that your lives don't matter. Your voices matter. Your stories matter."
We love how elegant Alicia Vikander looks in this ruffled and pleated dress by Louis Vuitton. It certainly makes a statement without being too over-the-top.
Portia Doubleday turned heads in disco ball-esque gown by Naeem Khan. Keeping the rest of her look simple with minimal accessories and slicked-back hair, she lets her dress make the statement.
Emmy Rossum kept it simple in a ruby red strapless Armani Prive gown. Her necklace is to die for!
Eva Green’s red carpet choice this year was simply beautiful. She rocked a super delicate, shimmering lace-overlay gown by Elie Saab.
Brie Larson seriously wowed in this golden Calvin Klein halter gown, telling Ryan Seacrest that it felt like “Joan of Arc armor.”
Ruffles! Tiers! We are in love with Zendaya’s super-glamorous getup by Marchesa.
We love how Jennifer Lawrence’s structured red gown by Dior embodies her personality, with tasteful peek-a-boo cutouts and a killer chain link necklace. Although, we must say, we’re a bit disappointed she didn’t arrive matching Amy Schumer!
Kirsten Dunst showed some major skin on this year’s red carpet, looking killer in this plunging black Versace gown.
Can you say “goddess?” Saoirse Ronan’s flowing Saint Laurent gown is beyond elegant.
Emilia Clarke’s black, caped gown by Valentino took our breath away. The Mother of Dragons gives us some seriously witchy vibes here.
We’re obsessed with Rooney Mara’s pretty, ethereal gown by Alexander McQueen—but we’re even more into her braided high ponytail.
Lady Gaga channels Old Hollywood in this glamorous, off-the-shoulder Versace gown. Marilyn Monroe, anybody?
We love how much Julianne Moore’s red hair pops in contrast with the deep blue of that striking, full-on sequined gown. It was of course designed by friend (and date!) Tom Ford.